Recent Extend Responses
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I learned to build and host my own network of websites in #DomainCamp19 - it's been so cool to build my own little corner of the web! Plus, I now know what in the world CSS is, and how in the hey i put it to work! #oext386— Jess Wilkinson (@jesslyndw) July 9, 2019
#oextend Gentle mysteries is my term for books where the murder is not described in excruciating detail, still tragic but not gory or psyco/rapist/serial killer themed.— Irene Stewart (@IrenequStewart) July 9, 2019
#oext387 #oextend My mom (93) is tired of "Church Library" books. We are reading gentle mysteries like this one about a knitting club. We meet for coffee and disect the chapters and make notes! We make up theories and debate details. It is glorious! 1/2 pic.twitter.com/QMY74j2EE3— Irene Stewart (@IrenequStewart) July 9, 2019
#oext385 #oextend These are the BEST #2 Pencils - tri-write - they are three-sided pencils so they won't roll away and they are the most comfortable to write with and encourage good finger placement. I have them in two sizes. LOVE THESE!! pic.twitter.com/vYatPnVJBS— Irene Stewart (@IrenequStewart) July 8, 2019
#oext382 #oextend The Elusive "Average" Ontario College Student - Canadian, white, female, 21, works <20 hr in retail, lives at home, not 1st gen, some OSAP, own laptop, in Business prog. Enjoys walks on the beach and deep fried avocado with ranch dressing. Loves Dogs. pic.twitter.com/yZV3rVTJfM— Irene Stewart (@IrenequStewart) July 3, 2019
#oext381 #oextend Mr Kater was my Urban Geography teacher in high school. Ideas from that class are still with me. "A Fused Grid neighbourhood," Urban Grammer, 2008, CC NC SA, on flickr pic.twitter.com/iOuCHNqRDI— Irene Stewart (@IrenequStewart) July 2, 2019